Kevin Lux


Kevin Lux has been quietly creating his own original blend of electronic music for over 25 years. Formal releases began in 1995 with the initial first public release of the “Aluminum Feeling” album. Kevin’s music is a mixture of hardware/software technologies, always developing and evolving over time. Each album has a different theme by design. Most of Kevin Lux music is instrumental, however its not unusual to sometimes hear some simple vocal subjects interjected into the content. Kevin Lux is based in Chicago, USA and tends to promote worldwide using the internet as the main tool of promotion. While there have been some live performances over the years, its actually quite rare for Kevin Lux to perform live.
Kevin Lux music is most influenced by Kraftwerk initially, as back in the late 1970’s/1980’s Kevin was exposed to this kind of music over Detroit radio airwaves. Over the years many artists influenced Kevin Lux music including but not limited to: OMD, Front 242, Severed Heads, Jean-Michel Jarre, Tangerine Dream, Yellow Magic Orchestra, Gary Numan, Orbital, and others.
The first known Kevin Lux music was recorded around 1980. Kevin was known as “!Pulss” during the 1980’s into the early 1990’s when the music was in its infancy. When the first formal album was produced, it was decided to simply release it under the real name of Kevin Lux going forward to this day.


Aluminum Feeling – 1995
Themes from the Elektrik Society – 1995
Dance Option – 1996
Netwerkian – 1996
Robot Music – 1997
Music for Driving – 1997
7 – 1998
Technik – 1998
FutureLounge – 1999
Emancipation – 2000
Life Gets Better – 2001
Would you stand in line for this? – 2002
Kevin Lux – 2003
Achterbahn – 2004
I am on the Blink – 2005
Etoile – 2005
Club.Lux – Kevin Lux Live – 2006
I Have Technology – 2007
Talk About It – 2008
Electropolis – 2009
Trans Pacific – 2011
Zenith – 2013
Azimuth – 2013
Chill – 2014
Fragments – 2014
Music Language Machine – 2014
xuLniveK – 2015
I dream of Electropolis – 2015
Congregate – 2015
Pulse – 2016

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